Table of Contents, July 2000

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CHARLES N. BROWN
Publisher & Editor-in-Chief
MARK R. KELLY
Electronic Editor-in-Chief
KIRSTEN GONG WONG
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Editors
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EDWARD BRYANT
KAREN HABER
MARIANNE JABLON
RUSSELL LETSON
JONATHAN STRAHAN
GARY K. WOLFE
Contributing Editors
WILLIAM G. CONTENTO
Computer Projects
BETH GWINN
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
July 2000 Issue 474 Vol. 45 No.1
33rd Year of Publication 2 1-Time Hugo Winner
MAIN STORIES
King Touts Online Honesty/10 Time Warner Joins E-Publishing/10
Online Sales Thriving/10 Microsoft SF Promotion/10
Asimov’s/Analog Awards /10 Potter Rampant/11
THE DATA FILE
Beast Bests Potter/11 Gophers Threatened/11 Worldcon Updates/11
Announcements/11 POD Publishing/11 Awards News/11 Legal News/74
Readings & Signings/74 Financial News/74 Book News/75
International Rights/75 Publications Received/75
Multi-Media Received/75 Catalogs Received/75
INTERVIEWS
Nancy Kress: Juggling Realities/6
David Marusek: Starship Alaska/8
CONVENTIONS
2000 Nebula Banquet/38
2000 World Horror Convention/Stoker Banquet/44
OBITUARIES
David R. Bunch/70 Joe Mayhew/70
Joe and Me by Gene Wolfe/70 Joe Mayhew: An Appreciation by Andy Duncan/71
Rex Vinson/71 Pat Graverson/71 Charlotte B. Hensley/71
LISTINGS
Conventions/48 Magazines Received: May/50
Books Received: May/51 British Books: April/64
Bestsellers/68 Photo Listing/78 Index to Ads/78
COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS
People & Publishing/12 Locus Letters/71 Editorial Matters/72
LOCUS LOOKS AT BOOKS
Distillations: Short Fiction
Reviews by Mark R. Kelly / 17
Sci Fiction 5/2000; Asimov’s 5/2000, 6/2000; SF Age
1/2000.
Reviews by Gary K. Wolfe / 21
Dark Matter: A Century of Speculative Fiction from
the African Diaspora, Sheree R. Thomas; Vanishing
Acts, Ellen Datlow, ed.; First Contract, Greg Costikyan;
Magic Terror, Peter Straub; At the Foot of the Story
Tree: An Inquiry into the Fiction of Peter Straub,
Bill Sheehan; Man of Two Worlds: My Life in Science
Fiction and Comics, Julius Schwartz with Brian M.
Thomsen .
Reviews by Faren Miller / 25
Perdido Street Station, China Mieville; Daemonomania,
John Crowley; Wild Angel, by Mary
Merriwell, by Max Merriwell, Pat Murphy; Jack Vance:
Critical Appreciation and a Bibliography, A.E.
Cunningham, ed.; SHORTTAKE: Sold Down the River,
Barbara Hambly.
Reviews by Russell Letson / 27
The Jazz, Melissa Scott; Probability Moon, Nancy
Kress; Skylife: Space Habitats in Story and Science,
Gregory Benford & George Zebrowski, eds.
Reviews by Edward Bryant / 29
The Man on the Ceiling, Steve Rasnic Tem & Melanie
Tem; Katastrophe, Randall Boyle; The Poker Club,
Ed Gorman.
Short Reviews by Carolyn Cushman / 33
Changing Vision, Julie E. Czerneda; A Wolf at the
Door and Other Retold Fairy Tales, Ellen Datlow &
Terri Windling, eds.; Animist, Eve Forward; A Kiss of
Shadows, Laurell K. Hamilton; The Snow Queen,
Eileen Kernaghan; K ing Kelson’s Bride, Katherine
Kurtz; Law of the Wolf Tower, Tanith Lee; The
Gnomewrench in the Peopleworks, Nick O’Donohoe;
The Proof House, K.J. Parker; Flightless Falcon,
Mickey Zucker Reichert; The Queen of Attolia, Megan
Whalen Turner.
Not-So-Short Reviews by Jonathan Strahan / 35
Forests of the Heart, Charles de Lint; Blackwater
Days, Terry Dowling; Beluthahatchie and Other Stories,
Andy Duncan; Perdido Street Station, China
Mieville; Declare, Tim Powers.
LOCUS July 2000 / 3